Rev. Nancy W. Anderson
Rev. Anderson's faith journey began in high school in northern California and continued on through her time at Mount Holyoke College (South Hadley, Massachusetts) with the Mount Holyoke Christian Fellowship. She completed her undergraduate degree in studio art.
Throughout college and ever since, Pastor Nancy has participated in and led many small group Bible study and fellowship groups.
After working in retail, the hotel industry, an architecture firm, and several churches of various sizes, she responded to God's call to full time ministry. She attended seminary at Regent College in Vancouver, BC, Canada, thoroughly enjoying her time there, getting to know people who love God from all around the world.
In her free time, Pastor Nancy enjoys painting, drawing, reading mysteries, knitting, and traveling and camping with her husband Jeff.
Diane D. Shorter
Diane Shorter joined our team in January 2016 and is a valuable member of the staff. She has been involved in the life of the Presbyterian Church for many years and has held numerous positions in the church.
She worked for Penn State Brandywine for 31 years, retiring in December of 2015. Diane is in the church office Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings from 9 to 12.
She is a member of the Administrative Personnel Association (APA) of the PCUSA, and has earned Level I Certification and is now working on finishing Level II Certification.
As Director of Music at Green Hill, Bruce plays both the organ and piano as well as directs the Chancel and Handbell Choirs.
He studied the piano and organ while an elementary and high school student in western New York. More recently, he received organ lessons from University of Delaware music professor Larry Peterson. He attended the University of Rochester in Rochester, NY, where he earned a BS degree in Chemistry and Biology.
He was employed at AstraZeneca for thirty years before retiring in 2011. Prior to becoming the Director of Music at Green Hill Presbyterian in 2002, Bruce directed the Chancel and Handbell choirs at Saint Andrew's Presbyterian in Newark, DE. He has also directed men's Barbershop choruses in both New Castle County as well as down state.